24 Vibrant Cities, 35 Miles of Sugar-Sand Bliss.
Welcome to Pinellas. Where Opportunity Meets an Unparalleled Quality of Life.
Florida is world-renowned as a top state for businesses and for an undeniably business friendly climate. In Pinellas County, a welcoming community to businesses and newcomers is also our specialty. Attracted by the mild, sub-tropical climate and 35 miles of white sand beaches, nearly a million people have made Pinellas County their home. Diverse communities in Pinellas range in population from more than 252,000 in St. Petersburg to slightly more than 100 in Belleair Shore, and nearly all capitalize on living in a waterfront paradise. As an established county, the significant infrastructure – including schools, utilities and roadways – is already in place. Pinellas is also well connected with regional access via Interstate-275, two international airports, and the largest port in Florida.
The signature soft, white sand, warm, emerald-green waters, lush parks, vibrant downtowns, and artistic and cultural gems aren’t just for entertaining tourists, it’s a way of life. The community offers an extraordinary quality of life, diverse housing options and high-quality colleges and universities. With its outstanding cultural, recreational and sports facilities, incomparable parks and beaches, and events, Pinellas provides a quality of life that you can enjoy all year round.
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December 2023 Pinellas County Business News
The final 2023 issue of Pinellas County Business News is out now! Inside, you’ll find stories about recent business success, our award-winning Employment Sites Program, and more.
Hydro-Dyne Engineering Overcomes Challenges and Continues Growth with Assistance from PCED
For more than a decade, Pinellas County Economic Development (PCED) has worked closely with local manufacturer Hydro-Dyne Engineering to help the company sustain its continued growth and success in Pinellas Park, Florida. Continually fostering a relationship with the company, PCED staff members have over the years been able to quickly identify and recommend solutions to challenges Hydro-Dyne has faced.